University of West Erlham
County
Midwest Scholastic Data File Analysis
Juliet Kim
Statistician
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Part B . 5
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Part C . 21 24
Part D . 25 26
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Thea Marans
July 11, 2015
Sal Leggio
statistics 113 section 02
Admissions guide to
accepting successful
students
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University of
West Erlham County edition
I,TheaMarans,understandthatifIsubmitworkIdidnotdomyself,itwillbe
consideredplagiarismandIwillfailth
Determine the level of measurement of the variable helow.
Year ofhirth of college students
Choose the correct answer helow.
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[name]
Lead Statistician
Dept. of Education
14 December 2016
Dear Supervisor
I am writing to announce that I have completed my report for the Admissions Department. Based
on data from UWEC undergraduate students, I have discovered several factors that may
Appendix D-1
HSP vs GPA
r=0.523
for line of best fit
slope=0.016
y-intercept=1.85
The data shows a strong positive linear
correlation when GPA values are explained by HSP
values. This is because the correlation coefficient
(r) is greater than the critical
Keith Santos
Professor Xiaojun Liao
Statistics 113-07
10/13/16
Part B: Description of the Variables
Sex: The sex variable is not too important. The gender of a student has nothing to do with his or
her performance. There may be a correlation between grade
Keith Santos
630 1st Ave Apt 17L
New York, NY 10016
12/12/16
Hunter College
695 Park Ave
New York, NY 10065
To Whom It May Concern:
The problem I was presented with is one that admissions officers in colleges around the world
face. I have been given the d
Keith Santos
Professor Xiaojun Liao
Statistics 113-07
9/22/16
Part A: Pre-Project Plan
The purpose of this project is to analyze the student data in order to determine which
students will most likely excel in college. What I am expected to do is to take i
Keith Santos
Professor Xiaojun Liao
Statistics 113-07
11/3/16
Part C: Comparing Variables
As we know, the set of data for the project involves 13 different variables which include:
sex, HSP, GPA, age, credits, class, college, major, residency, type, and t
Keith Santos
Professor Xiaojun Liao
Statistics 113-07
11/28/16
Part D: Testing and Results
GPA and HSP:
GPA = 1.8139205 + 0.016895323 HSP
This regression line can be used to determine the predicted GPA by plugging in the HSP.
As we can see on the graph, t
Hunter College of CUNY
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
SYLLABUS
STAT 113
ELEMENTARY PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS
Course Description: An Introduction to applied statistics and statistical computing. Handson data analysis. Graphical inference. The fi
Juliet Kim
Prof. Soman
Stat 113
20 December 2014
Part E
Dear Sir or Maam,
As a statistician, I, Juliet Kim, am responsible for collecting and analyzing data to draw conclusions. The purpose of the analysis is to summarize the numerical data, the Midwest S
Juliet Kim
Prof. Smith
English 120-L05
12 December 2014
Reflection
As a reader, I have always grasped each word on a page. As a writer, however, I had trouble writing a single sentence that would accurately portray any idea that came to mind. Without a
do
Useboxplots,scatterplots,developlinearregressionwhereappropriateand
useotherstatisticalmeanstocompareatleast6pairsofvariablesidentified
byyouintheprevioussection.
PARTDComparisonofVariables,PartII:
Make use of statistical tests on the pairs of variables y
CH. 5 , SEC. 1 , OBJECTIVES 1 - 5 SCATTERPLOTS AND LINEAR CORRELATION
The response variable is the variable whose value can be explained by the value of the
explanatory or predictor variable.
A scatter diagram is a graph that shows the relationship betwee
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Summary statistics for HSP:
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COLLEGE n Mean
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Bus
Educ
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632 21.86862'1
306 74.330065
297 72.892256
102 22.132255
98 81.244898
Variance:
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189.56943
252.71365
183.03219
Std. dew. e Std. arr. Median: Range: Min Ma
Juliet Kim
Prof. Soman
Stat 113
21 November 2014
Part C
You do not know if these variables are related. You should say that
there is reason to believe these variables WOULD BE related.
HSP & GPA good
The high school percentile (HSP) variable shows the ran